AHETCA Conference on Advancing Health Equity Through Collaborative Action, 22 to 23 February 2024, Kampala, Uganda

17 February, 2024

Dear Colleague,

We are excited to announce that we are drawing closer to the Advancing Health Equity Through Collaborative Action (AHETCA) Conference to be held from 22nd to 23rd February 2024 at Golf Course Hotel, Kampala. The 2-day conference organised by the People’s Health Movement, Uganda (PHM-Uganda) in collaboration with Makerere University School of Public Health (MakSPH) is convening various partners and participants from the field of academia and civil society that work on matters concerning health rights and equity including Living Goods, UNICEF, UNDP, Nottingham Trent University - UK, World Vision, SEATINI, and HEPS-Uganda.

This conference will serve as a platform for collaboration and knowledge-sharing among stakeholders committed to advancing health equity. With diverse perspectives and experiences to be presented, we aim to foster meaningful discussions that drive actionable outcomes in addressing disparities in healthcare access and outcomes, and to share best practices and innovative solutions.

Please visit the conference website register and confirm your participation: huric-uganda.org/AHETCA-Conference . The slots left are limited, so be sure to secure yours as soon as possible.

Should you have any questions or encounter any issues during the registration process, please feel free to reach out to our dedicated conference support team by email phmuga@huric-uganda.org or call +256 200 923 319.

We believe that your participation will greatly enrich the dialogue and contribute to collective effort in achieving health equity for all.

With warm regards,


Chairperson, Planning Committee

For the AHETCA Conference Planning Team

[forwarded by David Musoke] HIFA profile: David Musoke is a Lecturer at the Makerere University School of Public Health, Uganda. Professional interests: Malaria prevention, community health workers, environmental health, public health, disadvantaged populations. He is a member of the HIFA working group on CHWs. www.hifa.org/projects/community-health-workers www.hifa.org/support/members/david-0 dmusoke AT musph.ac.ug